AuthorRounds, Donald E.
AffiliationPasadena Foundation for Medical Research
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AbstractThe unique physical characteristics of coherence, intensity, and monochromatically offered by laser instrumentation has placed renewed importance on studies in photochemistry and photobiology. Sufficient research experience has now been accumulated to demonstrate the potential usefulness of laser energy to fundamental cell biology, and to the diagnosis and treatment of certain pathological conditions. Current progress in laser applications to ophthalmology, oncology, and dentistry is briefly summarized.
SponsorsInternational Foundation for Telemetering